Statoil: U-turn on EVs?
Does the oil major’s 2017 Energy Perspectives mark new thinking for the company? On June 8th, Statoil published the 2017 edition of its Energy Perspectives document; its take on the long-term perspectives in the international energy market. We find that Statoil is assessing energy futures reflecting the energy transition Carbon Tracker is already seeing, resulting […]Find out more
Expect the Unexpected: Mapping out the low carbon transition
Join us for an event at Imperial College London to discuss the disruptive power of low-carbon technologies. With the solar and electric car industries growing rapidly, and political efforts to halt climate change becoming ever more ambitious, the energy and transport sectors look set to change dramatically over the next few years. Is peak oil […]Find out more
REVOLVE’s flagship exhibition – Visualizing Energy – is celebrating its 5th edition this summer with a special forum gathering energy transition leaders. Our senior researcher Luke Sussams will be presenting Carbon Tracker’s latest research Expect the Unexpected alongside industry experts. The study looks at the scale-up potential of electric vehicles and solar photovoltaics and raises the following questions: […]Find out more
Statement on the US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement
Anthony Hobley, CEO of the Carbon Tracker Initiative, said: “The abandonment of the Paris Agreement by the Trump administration is an economic and leadership failure of monumental proportions and will sadly cast the U.S. on the wrong side of history. “Nevertheless, the rest of the world and key parts of the US economy, such as […]Find out more
Press statement ahead of Exxon AGM
As some of the world’s largest investors ramp up the pressure, ExxonMobil must tell investors how it is planning for a 2°C world.Find out more
Press Statement on Glencore ahead of its AGM on Wednesday 24 May
Big energy companies and utilities are under increasing pressure from investors to disclose how rising global temperatures and mitigating associated climate risks may impact their businesses. Just two weeks ago a majority of Occidental Petroleum’s shareholders (67%) approved a resolution calling for the company to produce an assessment of the long-term business implications of climate […]Find out more
What is the true purpose and potential of the pensions industry?
Join us for a timely Transparency Symposium aimed at to those that hope and believe that the pension capital markets could, and should, become a ‘force for good’ for our planet and society as a whole; as well as enabling the efficient provision of financial security in old age. Kathy Ryan, our co-head of institutional investor […]Find out more
FT Energy Transitions Strategies
Will oil and coal demand peak by 2020? Are low-carbon technologies set to disrupt energy incumbents? James Leaton, our head of research, will present our latest report, produced in collaboration with Imperial College, at the Financial Times premier conference on the future of energy. Register here Panel: Electric Dreams: Will electric cars ever dent the world’s […]Find out more
Mission 2020 launches the Climate Turning Point campaign
Former UN climate change chief Christiana Figueres brings new urgency to the global climate conversation with a campaign to ensure greenhouse gas emissions begin rapidly declining by 2020. On April 10th, 2017, a group of leading climate and business experts will identify the year 2020 as a game changing opportunity to turn the tide on the devastating impacts […]Find out more
The future of the planet – in whose hands?
Join BBC News Science Editor David Shukman, and four specialist speakers on April 6th to decide who holds the future of the planet in their hands. Confirmed speakers: BBC News Science Editor David Shukman, Green Party deputy leader Amelia Womack, conservationist and biologist Ian Redmond, Global Sustainability Leader at PwC, Malcolm Preston and CEO of […]Find out more
NRC Live – Energy Transition
What is the role of finance in accelerating the energy transition? Have we reached a turning point in the shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy? How should the market align its funding with climate targets? Join Mark Campanale, our founder and director, to discuss these key questions as part of the NRC Live Series […]Find out more
The Role of Oil through the Low Carbon Energy Transition
Is there a need for a transition away from oil and how we can achieve carbon emission targets at least cost? What is the range of macroeconomic adaptation strategies? How will producer/consumer relationships be affected? Is there a great reconfiguration in the future for refining, chemicals and energy intensive industries? This workshop, organised by KAPSARC […]Find out more